“I’m convinced that if I do this long enough, I’ll have to start laying low in public, to endure the intrusion of strangers asking for autographs. I deeply admire Bette Midler, but I would never dare to ask her for an autograph; I wouldn’t bother her with nonsense like that.”
— Robin Johnson, August 1981
Okay, this is the last item I’ve yet found dating from Times Square’s theatrical run, which started 39 years ago today.
I’ve been unable to find out anything about the photographer David Loar.
[Robin Johnson signing autographs], [approximately October-December 1980] : color slide, AAT ID: 300128366 : 35mm
inscription: [on mount] [printed on screen side:] COLOR TRANSPARENCY
[stamped on view side:] © DAVID LOAR
[handwritten in pen:] Robin Johnson
1080 px (H) x 749 px (W), 96 dpi, 216 kb (image)
Times Square ©1980 StudioCanal/Canal+